Why Gold Is A Good Hedge Against Inflation According To US Money Reserve

Inflation is a common term used in economic talk, but not everyone fully understands it. As US Money Reserve states, its an increase in the price of goods that’s relative to the consumer price index, a supply and demand concept. Now there are some levels of inflation that can be good if supply and demand levels are stable and the buying power is right. But if inflation grows too high or hyperinflation ensues, this is bad not only for the US dollar but also harms the standard of living. US Money Reserve recommends buying physical gold or silver because these precious metals have strong buying power when inflation is too high and when you need to have a hedge for your wealth.

 

How is it that gold and silver protect your wealth? They’ve been valuable all through ancient civilizations and into the modern world, and US Money Reserve has charts that show how they’ve reached high market values whenever other commodities or stocks have dipped low. US Money Reserve has been selling certified gold and silver bullion since 2001 and are always adding to their inventory. They have put out many e-books and hosted conferences and moderated discussions on the benefits of owning these precious metals and even more so as the US national debt reaches new highs. But it’s the people behind US Money Reserve that have helped the company thrive over the years.

 

Leading the way in all of US Money Reserve’s business and marketing strategies is numismatics expert and former US Mint Director Philip N. Diehl. Diehl went from public accounting at the state level in Texas to becoming head of the US Mint under President Bill Clinton and embarking on a mission to make the agency profitable. He did just that by first bringing back rare coins into minting production, and he started upgrading infrastructure and equipment to more modern technology. Diehl also issued the 50 States Quarters program and one year put the Sacagawea gold dollar into production. Most notably he urged congress to pass legislation bringing about the first ever platinum eagle coin minting. Diehl has also been featured in interviews on CNBC.

 

Diehl said he came to US Money Reserve upon returning to the private sector because the company wanted to help new precious metals buyers learn how to discern in buying the right coins, learn about all the risks to buying gold and silver and uphold integrity throughout the whole buying process. Both at the Mint and US Money Reserve, Diehl had new interactive websites built with the US Mint’s website being highly ranked in a University of Michigan top e-commerce website list, and the US Money Reserve website now being compatible with different devices. The navigation panes are very easy with the main menus up top taking customers through the information, charts and photo links before pointing to the online catalog, and also having an introductory message to the free gold kit. They also have a guide to adding gold and silver to your IRA plan.